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The Tender Trap

Monday 15th March TVNZ1 and then OnDemand, the incredible true story of Sharon Armstrong, the true story of Kiwi Sharon Armstrong, caught in the web of a romance scam, that put… > more

The Tender Trap

Based on her published account, this is the story behind the romance scam that trapped Sharon Armstrong in its net. In 2011 the startling news broke around New Zealand that… > more

Puppy School & Dog Squad

All new episodes of Dog Squad and Dog Squad Puppy School returning to screens on TVNZ1 on February 16th.

Go Further South

Teaming up with Heritage Expeditions, GO FURTHER SOUTH picks up where GO SOUTH left off . . . island hopping our way across the Southern Ocean, going as far south… > more

Young Riders

Filming of the popular Young Riders are started for season 2 We meet our Young Riders in their stables, paddocks and arenas at home and learn about the connections they… > more

Motorway Patrol

Auckland’s motorway network: Over a million vehicles per day driving 900 kilometres of lanes. Keeping the masses moving and safe are the Motorway Patrol. Join us for series 17 of this… > more

Generation What?

The world’s largest youth survey wants to hear from New Zealanders.  Co-funded by TVNZ and Māori Television, and with funding from New Zealand on Air, the New Zealand Generation What?… > more

Young Riders

Young Riders, funded by NZ On Air released on HeiHei, TVNZ’s kids’ platform on Friday 5 July (start of the school holidays). We follow 6 talented young equestrians competing in the… > more

High School

High School is a gritty new 8-part online doco-soap following a group of 12 young hopefuls who have traded in their ordinary lives to enroll at the NZ Skydiving school…. > more

Fighting the Demon

Fighting the Demon is an unflinching investigation from deep within the crisis, created by a team of investigative reporters from The N.Z. Herald who spent six months in communities ravaged… > more